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Opening 4 

Letter from the President 6 



Letter from the Editor..... 8 



Dedication 10 



Special Events 12 



Clubs 38 




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Sports 52 



Faculty and Staff 60 



Saturday Students 70 

Seniors and Sophomores 80 

Closing 96 



Index 98 



Table of Contents 3 



After a long day greeting new and 
returning students, Mr. Jack 
Hobin, Mr. Noel Leary, and Presi- 
dent Carol Leary enjoy the antics 
of comedian Buzz Sutherland. 



It's my party! Freshman Amy 
Feeley, Amy Sarmento, Lindita 
Spahillari, Khadeeja Best, and 
Stephanie Gravalese take a break 
from dancing at the CCGS Welcome 
Back Students event at the Hippo- 
drome in Springfield. 





What I 
ike best 
about Bay 
Path are 
the small 
classes. 

~Liz Frutchey 



Feeling the love on Bollum Hall's 
Global Awareness Floor, Daniela 
Madularu stops to find her name in 
the colorful sea of hearts. 




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Bay Path College is always in a 
constant state of change. Ev- 
ery year there are new stu- 
dents, new faculty, and new 
administration, new clubs, 
new academic programs, and 
new buildings. The Bay Path 
community finds it hard to 
measure the changes when 
they occur so gradual. While 
some of the changes have been 



Jessica Benway, Anna Damm, and 
Shelley Stone huddle together for a 
picture while enjoying the Jamaican 
band and each other's company at the 
Welcome Back Bonfire held at the Ath- 
letic Fields on Farmlea Road. 



more notable, such as construc- 
tion of buildings; less noted 
changes have also occurred, 
such as a shy student becom- 
ing more outgoing. 
The only way for one to recog- 
nize all of the changes, would 
be to watch the year unfold 
through a window. The col- 
lege has such a window, the 
portico. The portico is the half 
window found in many build- 
ings on campus and is one of 
very few features that remains 
untouched. The Portico is also 
the yearbook, which plays the 
part of a silent observer. It not 
only captures moments of 




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change, it can also provide in- 
formation on before and after. 
In the first months of the 2001- 
2002 academic year, new clubs 
were created, students who 
hardly spoke are making them- 
selves heard, faculty members 
and administration are mak- 
ing new differences, and build- 
ings have been given new 
looks. 

Students are learning that 
change is an integral piece, they 
can make improvements on the 
past and they can be learning 
experiences for the future. Stu- 
dents are also learning that true 
growth does not occur unless 
one takes a moment to reflect 
on what was, what is at the 
moment, and what can be. 



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Successful leaders have the courage to take action where others hesitate. 

Author Unknown 



Your years at Bay Path College have been a time of learning and exploration. Guided by faculty 
md staff, you have grown as a person- gaining confidence, developing a sense of purpose, and 
inding a career or professional direction. In the years to come, you can take pride in knowing 
hat you are a member of a elite rank of graduates- graduates from a women's college. 

four education at Bay Path has prepared you for many things, but there is one critical skill that 
vill distinguish you in your profession, community, and personal life- leadership. Leadership 
ioesn't just imply being first or at the top. ..it's much broader in the meaning: inspiring and 
notivating others, being a role model, and realizing the responsibility you have to the world 
iround you. Whether you have been a member of an athletic team, club, or organization, 
volunteered for a fund-raising event, or joined a study group, know that you have been 
leveloping your leadership strengths. Never forsake those qualities that make women leaders 
mique and valued: a strong nurturing ethic, a view of work that is based on relationships and 
>ersonal connections, a reliance on open communication that includes listening, and a style of 
nanagement that is participatory and empowering. 

Ve are living in challenging times. We have seen greatness from unlikely heroes in unexpected 
ituations. Your leadership skills will give you the courage and the inner strength to overcome 
dversity, and they will be your foundation to do remarkable things. 

^bove all, use your leadership skills by being part of the Bay path legacy and by inspiring 
^llow graduates, current students and future students. Take a leadership role in the Alumni 
association and see the difference you can make. And remember this one constant... you will 
lways be part of the Bay Path community. On behalf of all of us here at Bay Path, we extend 
ur support and best wishes in the path that now extends before you. 

burs, 



Carol A. Leary 



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Letter from the President 7 



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Pauline Gladstone, Karyn Morrison, 
Natasha Ali, Jen Tambur, Melissa Merriam, 
and Lizz Marshall. Not pictured: Brandi 
Gilbert, Becca Cain, and Sara Nasshan. 




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The 2002 edition of the PORTICO is proof that the combined efforts of many is needed to 
complete any project. Beginning at the end of last year, we worked hard to bring the image in 
our minds to something we could hold in our hands. 

While there are several people I need to thank for their dedication and all of them deserve 
equal praise, I have to begin with the wonderful staff with whom I had the pleasure to work. 
Thank you Becca, Brandi, Jen, Karyn, Lizz, Melissa, Natasha, Pauline, and Sara for giving 
everything that you could. I would also like to thank Chris Conley for walking around campus 
to find missing details needed to complete captions. Thank you Ms. Christine Butler and Mr. 
Michael Feeley for being heroes and coming to our aid immediately. Thank you Coach Steve 
Smith for all of your assistance with the sports section. Thank you Ms. Susan Sliwa for your 
dedication to detail and helping us make this as close to perfect as possible. Nothing would 
be possible without our wonderful Jostens representative Matt Fenn, who was a constant 
source of support and great ideas. And a special thank you to Dean Conrad and Professor 
Hardin for being wonderful advisors and there whenever needed. 

On behalf of the staff, I hope that you enjoy the yearbook as much as we enjoyed putting it 
together. 



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Over the past four years the Class of 2002 has been fortunate to have many opportunities to participate in 
vents such as the Basketball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, The Bright Nights Ball, and The Women's 
'rofessional Development Conference. These opportunities have given us the chance to meet and hear 
peakers of fame and distinction and to attend programs that have enriched and complimented the classroom 
xperience. 

Some of us in the Class of 2002 have also had the chance to attend the Women's Professional Development 
Conference during all four years at the College. As lower division students, we served as volunteers for the 
onference. In our senior year, as part of our Career Development Seminar, we were guests at the 2002 
onference and were able to join over 800 professional women for a day of networking, career development, 
nd fun. We heard outstanding speakers such as financial advisor and columnist Jane Bryant Quinn and chief 
Dreign affairs correspondent for NBC news, Andrea Mitchell. 

The Women's Professional Development Conference were highlights but were just one of the many 
utstanding events we have enjoyed during our time at Bay Path. Others featured the author Anita Shreve, 
omedian and motivational speaker Loretta LaRoche and leadership consultant Nancy Denney. 

The individual responsible for the vision and direction of these student development programs is Caron 
lobin, Vice President of Planning and Student Development. Vice President Hobin shows her enthusiasm, 
evotion, and caring for us by her tireless work. She seeks student input and advice on planning and 
evelopment of many student programs, such as orientation, campus activities, and residence hall life. She 
lakes herself accessible to us 24/7 and is always a source of constant support in all of our educational 
ideavors. Vice President Hobin always goes the extra mile for the students by being an active participant 
|t Campus Days, Resident Hall Assistant parties, and the Galas. 

This year, joined by her husband Jack, Vice President Hobin has taken on yet another challenge- that of 
ivising the international students and the Women of Culture Organization. She helped create a special 
rogram for international students, placing new international students with Host Families upon their arrival 

the College. These connections have helped international students with their transition from their home 
|)untries to Bay Path College and life in America. 

We, the Class of 2002, dedicate this edition of the PORTICO to Caron Hobin, Vice President of Planning and 
ludent Development, with out appreciation, affection, and gratitude. 



Dedication 



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Resident Assistants and Stu- 
dent Leaders were invited to 
attend a leadership training, 
which took place three days 
before the opening day of 
school. Students listened to 
several presentations by speak- 
ers, such as Vice President 
Hobin, Dr. Sipple, and Brenda 
Wishart. The three adminis- 
trators are well known on cam- 
pus and gave inspirational 
speeches on dealing with an- 
ger, the importance of com- 
munication, and being a leader. 
Leaders also received training 
on networking and fund-rais- 
ing, both of which are skills 

RA Jamie Zachery demonstrates how 
to put the face on the CPR dummy 
while RA Michelle O'Toole, RA 
Aymanie Litchfield, student leader 
Courtney Greening, and RA Pauline 
Gladstone watch. All of the Resident 
Assistants were required to learn how 
to give first aid in case of an emer- 
gency. 



that the leaders will utilize 
during the year. RAs attended 
special sessions with Dean 
Conrad and Wendy Weiss. 
Dean Conrad and Wendy pro- 
vided the RAs with informa- 
tion they would need working 
in the dorms. The days of train- 
ing were long and rigorous. 



On the last day, the destina- 
tion of the mystery trip was 
revealed to students. The stu- 
dent leaders took full advan- 
tage of the trip to the movie 
theatre as a way to relax before 
the rest of the students moved 
into the dorms and classes be- 
gan. 






Laughing as they bond, Brandi Lefler 
and Jennifer Pudder oversee the con- 
struction of an underwater puzzle. 
The activity, ran by the new Resident 
Directors of Bollum Hall Matt and 
Kim LaBlanc, was to emphasize the 
need for working together. 



After a summer full of planning and 
calculating, Dean Conrad and Aryu 
Sunyoto present the 2001 -2002 school 
year calender. Students find the cal- 
ender very useful since it has all of 
the information regarding the activi- 
ties for the year. 




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After two days of rigorous training, 
the RAs and student leaders prepare 
to leave for the mystery trip. Every- 
one was excited when they found out 
they were off to the movies. Students 
were able to see the movie of their 
choice. 




Before the madness of opening day 
begins, Kristyn Harvey and Dean 
Conrad pose for a quick picture. 
Kristyn is a sophomore and eager for 
the year to begin. As a student active 
with campus activities, Kristyn will 
work closely with Dean Conrad 
throughout the year. 

During a free moment of leadership 
training, resident director Tracy 
Gomes relaxes with student leaders 
Jennifer Simpson, Michelle O'Toole, 
Brandi Lefler, and Ruby Archer. Jen- 
nifer, Michelle, and Brandi are also 
RAs. 



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Freshmen and student leaders par- 
ticipated in several fun activities de- 
signed to introduce students to each 
other lead by Steve Rosen from 
PlavFair Ice Breakers. 




With an uncanny resemblance, 
Natasha Ali impersonates Dean 
Conrad during the welcome skits. 
Dean Conrad is notorious on campus 
for her camera, flashy ensembles, and 
her love of public speaking. Hail to the 
dean, the very pink dean! 

Student leaders Emily Batch, Taunya 
Gray, and Brandi Gilbert sit in the hot 
sun, passing out schedules and mail 
box keys to all new and returning 
students. 



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September 9, 2001 was a day 
of many hellos and just as 
many good-byes for the 
freshmen as parents moved 
their daughters onto Bay 
Path Campus. Opening day 
was hectic for both students 



and parents. While return- 
ing students reminisced 
with old friends, the fresh- 
men participated in many 
organized activities giving 
them a chance to become 
familiar with the campus 




and their new classmates 
before they had the chance 
to move in. After a full 
morning of carrying belong- 
ings into dorm rooms, stu- 
dents sat through a finan- 
cial aid meeting as well as a 
welcoming by the students 
leaders. By late afternoon, 
it was "PlayFair" which 
pulled freshmen together, 
allowing them to get to 
know one another. The hec- 
tic afternoon drew to a close 
as families dried their eyes 
and returned home for the 
first time without their 
daughters. 

During the skits, sophomores and 
roommates, Machiko Fuji from Japan 
and Janeshi Amarasinghe from Sri 
Lanka smile as they enjoy each other' s 
company and the show. 





President Leary played the part of a 
tourist invited on stage to introduce 
the Wildcat Show, which mimics real 
TV shows. When she was done, the 
Wildcat ran out to praise her on a job 
well done. 



Taking a break, sophomore Julie 
Ouellett relaxes for a quick moment 
before she finishes carrying every- 
thing she needs in her dorm room for 
the year. After she finishes bringing 
everything in, she has to begin the fun 
task of unpacking. 



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After a grueling day of 
moving in, placement 
tests, and icebreakers, 
freshmen began their first 
night at Bay Path College. 
The night fun began with 
a talk show put on by the 
student leaders. In an ef- 
fort to make freshmen 
more at ease about their 
impending stay at Bay 
Path, student leaders cov- 
ered a variety of topics in 
their skits. They played 
out issues dealing with 
campus life, roommates, 
friends, security, time 

Go Wildcats! Deborah Harris as Bay 
Path's Wildcat and the rest of the stu- 
dent leaders got the BPC Community 
riled up on opening night with the 
informative and entertaining skits. 



budgeting, and had a little 
fun exploring dining hall 
rules. Following the skits, 
comedian Buzz Suther- 
land eased the days stress 
with impressions and 
jokes. The day was still 



not over after the hour of 
comedy. Students re- 
turned to their dorms for 
dorm and floor meetings 
and then spent time get- 
ting to know their room- 
mate better. 




Bay Path students spent most of open- 
ing night laughing at the entertaining 
skits performed by students and the 
humorous antics of stand up come- 
dian Buzz Sutherland. 



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As part of meeting students request, 
the student activities office has ar- 
ranged for several comedians to come 
to campus, such as Buzz Sutherland, 
who kept opening night moving with 
his wit and jokes. 



Adorned with balloons, the Bay Path 
welcome sign greets new students on 
a hot September 9, 2001. 




Caught red handed! Demonstrating 
the fine art of swiping trays and uten- 
sils from the dining hall, senior lead- 
ers Courtney Greening and Nicki 
Krajewski's skit sets an example on 
what not to do. 

Resident Assistants Jen Pudder and 
Aymanie Litchfield look amused as 
they hand students their room keys at 
the registration table in front of Wright 
Hall. 



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Smile! Cvndrea Craig, Jesslie Garcia, 
k.iU- Recker, Lindsev Olier, Kattie 
Cordeiro, and Isaru Sesav pose for a 
group picture on Campus Day. Sev- 
eral of the girls on campus decorated 
their own shirts as part of a contest. 




Hula dancers SAB President Chris 
Conley and Secretary Katy Wolfram 
began advertising for Campus Day 
on opening day, more than two weeks 
in advance. The women of Student 
Activities Board also sold Campus 
Day t-shirts, a tradition at Bay Path 
College. After four years, a student 
can collect up to eight Campus Day 
shirts. 

Student Activities Board member, 
Betsy McCourt and the rest of her 
team are full of determination during 
the fun tug-of-war challenge. The 
tug-of-war is another tradition at Bay 
Path Campus Day, where the upper- 
classmen challenge the underclass- 
men and the staff challenge the fac- 
ulty. All of the other activities, such 
as the carnival games, the "Clown 
Bouncer," and henna tattoos came to 
a standstill so everyone had the chance 
to participate and watch. 



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All afternoon classes were 
cancelled for an afternoon 
dose of Hawaii when Bay 
Path College held its an- 
nual fall Campus Day on 
the lawn in front of 
Deepwood. Even before 



the school year began, 
Student Activities Board 
was planning the events 
that filled the afternoon. 
Several SAB members 
began advertising Fall 
Campus Day on Opening 



Day of 2001 by selling t- 
shirts to new and return- 
ing students and their 
families. They also im- 
mediately hung posters. 
There was a great effort 
to advertise BPC Campus 
Day among other colleges 
in the area. This year's 
annual event marked the 
first time other colleges 
were invited to attend. 
The afternoon was a great 
success with music, nulla, 
henna tattoos, and lots of 
games. 



Taking advantage of the free activi- 
ties, Telitha Conway, Kelly McNeish, 
Kelly Cofiell, Tara Conway, and Beth 
Decelles show off their close friend- 
ship with identical henna tattoos on 
Campus Day. 




Kelly Downie and Stephanie Burns 
take a picture with the largest of the 
raffle prizes that have ever been avail- 
able at any Campus Day event. SAB 
worked hard to come up with new 
and original ideas for prizes, and they 
found that the stuffed snakes were a 
huge hit with the students. 



The Limbo Challenge went perfectly 
with the spirit of the Hawaiian luau 
theme. The participants were ex- 
tremely energetic and eager to com- 
pete. After a while, only a handful of 
very flexible people remained and the 
rest of the community stood in a wide 
circle watching their antics. 



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An annual tradition for 
Bay Path Students is the 
Father/ Daughter Ban- 
quet, which has been held 
for over 40 years. On Sep- 
tember 29, 2001, many 
students along with their 
fathers enjoyed a wonder- 
ful evening dining and 
dancing in Blake Dining 
Hall. Before the banquet 
began, daughters and fa- 
thers had an opportunity 
to have their picture taken 
as a keepsake. All of the 
fathers received a "For 
Him" kit upon arrival. 

A relaxed moment before dinner and 
dancing: Rebekah Clairmont and 
Stacy Czarnowski enjoy predinner 
conversation with their fathers. 



Senior Sara Pleva wel- 
comed everyone on be- 
half of the senior class 
committee and Student 
Government President 
Natasha Ali read a poem 



and introduced President 
Leary, who also spoke. 
After dinner, there were a 
couple of gifts raffled for 
the fathers before the 
dancing began. 





Joining several others on the dance 
floor, Liz Blake and her father enjoy 
dancing at their last Father/ Daugh- 
ter Banquet since Liz will be graduat- 
ing in May. 



Definitely Daddy's little princess, 
Natasha Brown bonds with her father 
during one of the slower songs. 




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As the sun begins to set on their last 
father/ daughter banquet, seniors and 
roommates Lisa Barber and Pauline 
Gladstone, spend a reflective moment 
with their fathers. 




Happy Birthday Dujlada! For her 
21st birthday, Selim Noujaim stead- 
ies Dujlada Sukontasap as she stands 
on a chair while being serenaded by 
her friends and their fathers at the 
father/ daughter banquet. 

At their first Father/ Daughter Ban- 
quet, freshmen Akilah Brown, Mel- 
issa Radner, and Anna Genthner en- 
joy a full evening of dinner and danc- 
ing with their fathers. 



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Dr. Bill Sipple, Provost and Vice-President of Academic Affairs, detailed new 
courses and programs made possible bv the state of the art technology in 
D'i Amour Hall. 




As President of Student Government, 
Natasha Ali, class of 2002, thanked 
donors for their contributions. 






Mr. Kinam Kim from MassMutual Life 
Insurance Company; Mr. John H. 
Davis, trustee of the Irene E. and 
George A. Davis Foundation; Mrs. 
Jeanne Fountaine- D' Amour, class of 
'40, await their turn at the podium to 
share their thoughts on the facilities. 



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Over one hundred and twenty 
invitees came to Bay Path's 
campus to witness the dedica- 
tion of D' Amour Hall on Octo- 
ber 15, 2001. Bay Path donors, 
alumni, and trustees celebrated 
this ceremony with faculty, 
staff, students, and adminis- 



tration. 

The D' Amour Hall for Busi- 
ness, Communication, and 
Technology houses the Davis 
Technology Center and 
MassMutual Multimedia Lab. 
Thanks to the generosity of 
Jeanne and Gerald D' Amour, 



the Irene and George Davis 
Foundation, and the 
MassMutual Life Insurance 
Company, the new technology 
center features state of the art 
computers and digital equip- 
ment as well as classrooms 
equipped with the very latest 
in multimedia resources. 
Presided over by President 
Carol A. Leary, the ceremony 
included speeches by Mary 
Jenewin-Caplin, Director of the 
Office of the Governor; 
Charlene H. D. Mazer, Chair 
of Bay Path Board of Trustees; 
Jeanne D' Amour, and repre- 
sentatives from the Davis fam- 
ily and MassMutual. 



The ceremonial ribbon cutting! Jeanne 
and Gerald D' Amour, surrounded by 
Mr. Kinam Kim, President Carol A. 
Leary and Mr. John H. Davis, cut the 
ribbon and lead the way into the new 
building. All the visitors were invited 
to tour the facilities. 



Tours included faculty and student 
presentations in the different rooms. 
In the MassMutual Multimedia Lab, 
an enthralled audience of Bay Path 
alums and members of the Board of 
Trustees and the Advisory Commit- 
tee, watched as a faculty member dem- 
onstrated some of the uses of the new 
technology. 



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"Chicago" is a satire on 
the legal system. The 
play is based in the late 
1920s in Chicago, Illinois. 
It is a story of infidelity 
and murder that was 
originally shown on 
Broadway. There was 
much dedication and 
time put into this pro- 
duction. Many of the cast 

Seniors Nicki Krajewski, Courtney 
Greening, and Ruby Archer enjoy the 
success of finishing one of their final 
plays at Bay Path. "Chicago" isNicki's 
sixth show. As Vice President of The- 
atre Workshop, Nicki worked closely 
with Courtney, the President. The- 
atre Workshop will be at a loss at the 
end of the year when Courtney leaves. 
She began as a member of the crew for 
two shows, then became the crew chief 
for the next two, and for the last six 
shows was manager. Ruby has been 
involved in five shows as a dancer 
and member of the crew. 



and crew played double 
roles, both on and off the 
stage. The cast convinc- 
ingly became their char- 
acters and everything 
flowed nicely. There 
were no pauses between 
scenes. The producer, di- 



rector, and designer of 
"Chicago", Professor 
Paul Norton, became ill 
during production. The 
choreographer of the 
show, Li Ciaglo, became 
the director. 




Taking a moment from working back- 
stage, Courtney Greening, Natasha 
Ali, Karyn Morrison, and Steven 
Potvin grab a few props and go in 
front of the camera! 



All veterans of Bay Path College plays, 
former students Kristin Hardee and 
Sarah Good are joined by John 
Woytowicz and Michael McMahon 
as they take a breather from another 
long and rigorous rehearsal. 



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Even though the cast of "Chicago" 
was large, after working together for 
six weeks they became very close knit. 
At the final dress rehearsal, the cast 
joins together in joy as they have fi- 
nally worked out all of the kinks. 




Kiernan Cone and Dan Derby show 
no hard feelings even though Kiernan 
plays adulterous wife Roxie and Dan' s 
character is Amos, her often over- 
looked and neglected husband. 

Foxy ladies! Nicki Krajewski, Maria 
Medina, Ruby Archer, Cheyenne 
Simmons, and Jessica Fraga strike an 
intimate pose, one of many that they 
have throughout the play. 



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Paul C. Norton 



It was with great sadness that Bay Path College learned of the 
loss of Paul C. Norton. The Professor of Theatre and Director of 
the Theatre Department passed away on November 29, 2001 
after a brief illness. 

A member of the Bay Path College faculty for 35 years, 
Professor Norton directed all Bay Path musicals since 1969 and 
also served as producer and designer for many productions. In 
addition, he served as director of theatre, advisor to Theatre 
Workshop, and coordinator of dance for The Bay Path Dance 
Company. As the senior faculty member at the college, he 
served as Faculty Marshal at Commencements. 

On behalf of the student body, Natasha Ali, Class of 2002, 
expressed their loss: 

The Pillsbury doughboy, a huggable teddy bear, larger than life, 
always ready with a witticism... Paul Norton was all this and more to 

his students, colleagues, and 
friends at Bay Path College. 
Standing at 6'4:," with a deep 
voice and a hearty laugh, he was 
hard to overlook. Behind the some- 
times gruff and imposing exterior 
was a man of great affection, wis- 
dom, and genius. Tlie dedication, 
verve, and enthusiasm he dis- 
played in his roles as professor, 
academic advisor, and theatre di- 
rector were irresistible. He held 
us spellbound. On occasion, he 
would relieve the tedium by low- 
ering his voice theatrically, and 
beginning a tale: "If the Dean 
heard me say this. . . " Ou t of mis- 
hap, mayhem, or even the mun- 
dane, he would create illuminat- 
ing and funny stories. But he was 
also a great teacher; not just of 
film or theatre, but of life itself. 
He inspired abiding loyalty and 
love in all who knew him and were 
touched by his unique presence. 
And though we no longer see the 
figure of Paul Norton striding 
around campus, the indomitable 
and indelible force of Ins personal- 
ity has left its mark-forever, in the 
classroom, in Mills Theatre, and 
most of all. ..in our hearts. 




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October was a busy month 
for Bay Path College. Stu- 
dents attended a haunted 
house sponsored by Student 
Activities Board and the 
Alliance. Throughout the 
month there were other ac- 
tivities such as Octoberfest, 
a hall decorating contest, 
and a Halloween Party. 
Many students gathered for 
a night of scares as Catok 
was turned into a house 
filled with dead bodies, can- 
nibalistic chefs, candy, and 
lots of terror and fun. For 
one night, Octoberfest took 
over the dining hall with 
bratwurst, sauerkraut, 



Second West participated in Wright 
Hall's Floor decorating contest with a 
twisted fairy tales theme. Hansel pre- 
pares for dinner with the witch caged 
nearby. 



decorations, and music. 
Wright and Bollum Halls 
got into Halloween with a 
hall-decorating contest 
competition. For an hour, 
each floor tried to make their 
halls become the ultimate 
Halloween experience. The 
winners in the end were 3rd 



East of Wright Hall and 2nd 
Floor of Bollum. 
The night after the decorat- 
ing contest, Bay Path lit up 
with a Halloween Dance 
Party in the fireplace lounge. 
Free food, music, and a cos- 
tume competition made 
Halloween a night of fun. 





Really getting into character, fresh- 
man Jessica Clark and junior Carrie 
Nemec improvise to improve the first 
haunted house cosponsored by the 
Alliance and SAB. 



Wood Food Company hosted a con- 
test to see who could correctly guess 
the number of candy corn in the jar. 
Freshman Sarita Joseph holds the con- 
tainer hoping the weight will give her 
a better hint as to the amount inside. 



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Third East may have won the contest 
in Wright Hall, but the vampire sleep- 
ing beauty and dead fairies were defi- 
nitely memorable for the girls on Sec- 
ond West. 




At the Halloween Dance, sponsored 
by Student Activities Board, sopho- 
more Katy Wolfram shows off her 
black angel costume. 



Hoping to win first place, freshman 
Lora D'Orsi, sophomore Shannon 
Tobin, and freshman Sarah Diskin 
participate in the pumpkin carving 
contest hosted by Wood Dining Ser- 



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Students may only spend a 
small part of December on 
campus, but it has always been 
one of the busiest months. Sev- 
eral activities are held on cam- 
pus to provide a break from 
studying for finals. Wood 
Food Services decorated the 
dining hall for special Winter 
Wonderland Dinner that was 
free for all students, faculty, 
and staff. Wood Food Services 
also held a gingerbread house 
contest where students and 
faculty were able to build and 
decorate gingerbread houses 
to compete in several catego- 
ries. Following a beloved tra- 
dition, President Leary and Mr. 
Noel Leary invited student 
leaders to their home one 
evening to trim their two trees 



In between two songs, juniors Alison 
Klojzy and Natalie Winans lead the 
gathering in a prayer of unity and 
confession. 



and enjoy one another's com- 
pany. 

One of the most popular 
events is the Christmas Con- 
cert and Candlelight Service 
presented by Bay Path College 
Chorale and Chamber singers 
under the direction of Mr. 
Charles Page on December 5, 
2001. Students, staff, faculty, 



administration, and members 
of the Longmeadow Commu- 
nity joined together for the 
holiday music from around the 
world. As the audience left 
Mills Theatre to attend the re- 
ception held in the Blake Stu- 
dent Center Dining Room, 
their candles were lit from the 
Advent Candle by the ushers. 




As the audience entered Mills The- 
atre, A Christmas Sonata played by 
senior Nicki Krajewski on recorder 
accompanied by Mr. Page on piano 
greeted them. 



There were several masterpieces to 
display after an enjoyable evening of 
creating and decorating gingerbread 
houses in Blake Dining Hall. 



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The thirty five members of chorale 
met several times a week all semester 
to prepare for the Candlelight Service 
and a few other recitals. 




Sophomore Irene Simbolon lead cho- 
rale members onto the stage as they 
sang pieces of O Little Town of 
Bethlehem; Joy to the World; It Came 
Upon the Midnight Clear; and O Come, 
All Ye Faithful. 

After spending the evening trimming 
trees and snacking on desserts, Presi- 
dent Leary, Mr. Leary, and their guests 
gathered around the tree to sing car- 
ols. 



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Bay Path College offers an 
abundance of activities. 
Weekends come alive with 
trips to Boston, New York, 
and Maine to name a few. 
There are movies, bonfires, 
sports games, and social 
events for all of Bay Path 
students to attend. A trip to 
Montreal, Canada or Italy is 
a way to allow students to 
get away from campus life 
and eexperience a new cul- 
ture. Student services of- 
fers students a way to see 
the arts as well as other 



At the Maroon Key Ceremony, sopho- 
more Heidi Pero sits with her proud 
family. As active parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Pero spoke about their views of 
the college at a Open House panel for 
the parents of prospective students. 



events. It is a great place to 
find out the arts, too. They 
offer vouchers for the 
Springfield Symphony, as 
well as low cost tickets to 
City Stage. These various 



events are a great way to get 
involved in Bay Path Col- 
lege campus life, meet new 
people, and quite possibly 
have a little fun along the 
way. 






Senior Nicki Krajewski and her boy- 
friend, Jim Hargrave, spend a quiet 
moment at the bonfire at Farmlea 
Road on September 15, 2001. 



Bay Path students and the school 
mascot, Wildcat, sit on the bleachers 
at a home soccer game. 




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During a weekly RA meeting, Bollum 
Hall Resident Directors, Matt and Kim 
LaBlanc and Resident Assistants Col- 
leen Donovan, Grethel Hoozky, and 
Kristyn Harvey discuss chapters of a 
book that they found to be a useful 
resource for their positions. 




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All classes were cancelled for The Bet- 
ter Grades in Less Time presentation by 
Gary Conen. He spoke about achiev- 
ing higher reading speeds while re- 
taining more information, proper 
brain food, and how a student can 
achieve anything with the correct 
motivation. 

Priya Varghese and Payal Kapoor hold 
onto each other on the Boston Duck 
Tour. 



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Every year Bay Path Col- 
lege holds a semi-formal dance 
for the students in either the 
winter or the spring. This year 
the winter gala was held on 
December 8, 2001 at the 
Radisson Hotel in Enfield, CT. 
Members of student govern- 
ment began working on the 
details of the gala at the very 
beginning of the academic year 
by creating a subcommittee 
that was responsible for over- 
seeing the details of the gala, 
such as creating a theme, find- 
ing a DJ, working with the hotel 
staff, and selling tickets. With 
the assistance of the Radisson 
Hotel staff, they were able to 
create an ambiance for "An 
Unforgettable Night." Forsev- 

With three male guests in tow, Allison 
Zotter, Becky Palmer, and Colleen 
Donovan enjoy their last gala with 
Kelly Clark who was attending her 
first. 



eral weeks, volunteers sat at a 
table at lunch and dinner to 
sell tickets and sign guests up 
for their choice of chicken, beef, 
or vegetarian dinner. 

Guests thoroughly enjoyed 
the evening of dancing and fun. 
The picture frame that was 
provided as a memento was 



perfect since they were able to 
have a formal picture taken by 
Greniers Photography. One of 
the highlights that made the 
evening unforgettable was 
Vice President Caron Hobin 
and her husband Mr. Jack 
Hobin joining the students on 
the dance floor. 




It wasn't just a night for graduating 
students, several freshmen attend the 
first of several galas to come. 



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Megan Burke and her friend take a 
break from the dance floor. 






Junior Jamie Zachery makes the most 
of a night away from her responsibili- 
ties as an RA and president of All 
Women Excel by taking control of the 
dance floor. 

Whether they had a date or went with 
friends from campus, the girls from 
Wright Hall, Karyn Morrison, Lisa 
Barber, Pauline Gladstone, Rebecca 
Roberts, Natasha Ali, and Dujlada 
Sukontasap had "An Unforgettable 
Night." 



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Braving the cold weather, three dedicated members of the Golden Z Club arrive early at the fields on Farmela Road to sell raffle tickets to friends, family,,, 
alumni during the semifinal soccer games. Golden Z also walked in the Rays of Hope Walkathon the following morning, where they managed to raise over$!^ 
for breast cancer research. 




Members of the All Women Excel group sell cookies to grateful spectatorsat! 
soccer game on October 27, 2001. The All Women Excel, which was started! 
Yasmine Anotoine during her senior year in 2000, is responsible for several's 
campus speakers and educational programs about different religions;' 1 !! 
cultural traditions. 



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Qne the most Important aspects oi campus HU for stnAents is the 
ever wiAeninfi variety ot- clufis. ^he numbers oi clubs, the amount 
ofr members/ anA their activities change meeting to meeting} how- 
ever, the Aesifin fiehinA them remain the same. 0tnfi activities are 
organizeA fry the stuAents tvith minimal assistance firom the aAvi- 
sor. 







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The members of chorale meet several 
times a week to practice together. 



Senior Class Committee 

Courtney Greening, Sara 
Pleva, Gabby Staelens, 
and Andrea Fontaine 




At an open house, TJ Blake, Kristyn Jen Tambur watches Sara Nasshan 
Harvey, Machiko Fuji, and Janeshi warm up for an instrumental club 
Amarasinghe and all of the other SARs meeting, 
axe responsible for giving tours of the 
college along with other activities. 



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A leader of the SARS, Colleen 
Donovan outlines the days activities 
while Lisette Elias watches. 



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Law Club 

Kelly McNeish, Bozena 
Wysocki, Adrienne 
Brown, Becca Cain, 
advisor Attorney 
Dobmeyer, Lauren 
Bentancourt, Michelle 
Roush, Denea Bruce, 
and Chris Conley. 



Phi Beta Lamba 

Barbara Hallock, Irianty 
Sandy, Jessica Gibbs, 
Caryn Lariviere, Advi- 
sor Nancy Rossiter. Not 
Pictured: Amanda 
Degree and Melissa 
Richard. 




Instrumental Club 

Stephanie Gravalese, Sara Nasshan, Victoria 
Atamansky, Sarah Diskins, Kate Recker, and Brandi 
Gilbert. 



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Athletic Counsel and volunteers prep wreaths for annual fundraiser. 

Golden Z 

Ashley Thesen, Andrea Pedersen, Amy 
Livingstone, Leah Robillard, Melissa Sokolik, 
Natalie Winans, Alison Klojzy, Taren Whitman, 
advisor Dean Schirmer-Smith, Jenny Goodie, Chris- 
tine Auld, Lisa Beebe, Rebekah Clairmont, and 
Stacy Czarnowski. 




Criminal Justice 

Alison Klojzy, Christine 
Auld, Natalie Winans, 
Rebekah Clairmont, and 
Stacy Czarnowski. 



Clubs 43 



SGA Officers 

Nicki Krajewski, 
Marissa Johnson, Ste- 
fanie Gilbert, Natasha 
Ali, and advisor Peter 
Axtmann. 




Peter Axtmann works hard with stu- 
dents like Emilv Batch while Dean 
Schirmer-Smith is on maternity leave. 



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Brina Fondi, the president of the Athletic Council runs several activities such 
as the selling of wreaths. 




SAB 

Sarita Joseph, Melissa 
Merriam, Jenny Goodie, 
Andrea Pedersen, Jen 
Tambur, Samantha 
Smith, Stephanie Burns, 
Becca Cain, Katy Wol- 
fram, Chris Conley, 
Brandi Gilbert, Julie 
Nanthasene, Sara 
Nasshan, and Adrian 
Clow. 

Winter Guard 

TJ Blake, Caroline 
Persinger, Darcey 
Cavanaugh, Pamela 
Larson, and April Kelly. 



Clubs 45 



Fres hmen Class Com- 

mittee 

Stuti Pal Natasha 

Brown, Victoria 

Atamansky, and Jessica 

Gibbs. 



Alliance 

Jessica Picard, Samantha 
Smith, Danielle 
Drapeau, Betsy 
McCourt, Brandi Gil- 
bert, Chris Conley, Jess 
Benway, Jessica Clark, 
and Stephanie Burns. 




Women of Culture 

Savorn Krahn, Laura McDonald, Shakira Brown, Olivia 
Panjaitan, Machiko Fuji, Janeshi Amarasinghe, Nidhi 
Mohan, Oil Sripa, Tanya Swaby, Umaima Arsiwala, 
Irene Simbolon, Karina Koffi-Tessio, advisor VP Hobin, 
Irianty Sandy, Natasha Ali, Duljada Sukontasap, Mr. 
Hobin, Sook Hee Lim, Daniela Madularu, and Stuti Pal. 

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A large group of students showed up 
to listen Renata, a popular music 
group that has preformed at the Col- 
lege before. 



Athletic Council recruited many vol- 
unteers from students walking by. 





Resident Assistants 

Aieshya Jackson, Gabby 
Staelens, Michele 
O'Toole, Jenn Simpson, 
Colleen Donovan, 
Grethel Hoozky, Sara 
Pleva, Stephanie Burns, 
Pauline Gladstone, 
Aymanie Litchfield, 
Brandi Lefler, and Jamie 
Zackery. 



Student Leaders sing Christmas cho- 
rales at President Leary's after trim- 
ming the tree. 



Clubs 47 




OT students worked for several 
months to prepare their projects that 
were presented on campus at an OT 
conference. 



All Women Excel 

Jessalie Garcia, Michelle 
Macklin, Cyndrea Craig, 
Leah Robillard, Shakira 
Brown, Lyndsey Olier, 
Renee Riley, Jamie 
Zacherv, Jennifer 
Pudder, Isatu Sesay, and 
Jaida Gonsal. 






Student Admissions Representatives and Juniors 
SARS 

Olivia Panjaitan, Lizz Marshall, Jessica Scholl, 
Ashley Thesen, Shakira Brown, Rina Lad, Rachel 
Brower, Machiko Fuji, Jenny Goodie, Janeshi 
Amarasinghe, Jessica Phalin, and Stefanie Gilbert. 
Not Pictured: TJ Blake, Kristyn Harvey, Toni 
Jacobs, Tanya Swaby, Marsha Wisdom, Shanece 
Grant, Xavier Hutchinson, Sarita Josephn, Caroline 
Peresinger, and Lindita Spahillari 

Stephanie Gravalese and Vicky Atamansky collaborate during an Instru- 
mental Club Meeting. 



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Jen Tambur and Colleen Donovan sell ornaments at a table during lunch for the 
SAB. 




Student Government 
Association 

Gabby Staelens, Jess Gibbs, 
Amy Sullivan, Vicky 
Campbell, Michele O'Toole, 
Marissa Johnson, Stefanie Gil- 
bert, Nancy Guerrera, 
Stephanie Burns, Chris Conley, 
Karyn Morrison, Stephanie 
Gravalese, Vicky Atamansky, 
Aieshya Jackson, Natasha Ali, 
Colleen Donovan, Grethel 
Hoozky, Jamie Zachery, 
Pauline Gladstone, Sara Pleva, 
Stuti Pal, Aymanie Litchfield, 
Branch Lefler, Dujlada 
Sukontasap, and Jenn 
Simpson. 

Clubs 49 



Women in Technology 
Elfryna Simanjuntak, 
Sachiko Inanobe, 
Daniela Madularu, 
Umaima Arsiwala, 
Nidhi Mohan, Irene 
Simbolon, Olivia 
Panjaitan, Irianty Sandy, 
Marie Guiffredo, Payal 
Kapoor, Ritha 
Simanjuntak. Not 
Pictured: Suthawadee 
Sripa and Savorn Krahn. 

Keynotes 

Advisor Mr. Page, 
Jessica Scholl, Kristyn 
Harvey, Rachel Brower, 
JiYeon Byun, Marianne 
Leavitt, Dujlada 
Sukontasap, Victoria 
Atamansky, Sara 
Nasshan, Deanna Olivia, 
Erin McGinnis, and 
Nicki Krajewski. 




Chorale 

Advisor Mr. Page, Megan Burke, JiYeon Byun, Sook-Hee Lim, 
Nancy Guerrera, Kristyn Harvey, Deanna Oliva, Erin McGinnis, 
Aubrey Sirois, Olivia Panjaitan, Irianty Sandy, Ritha 
Simanjuntak, Rina Lad, Irene Simbolon, Nidhi Mohan, Rachel 
Brower,Kelly Duffy, Marianne Leavitt, Becky Glidden, Sara 
Nasshan, Kate Wesolowski, Marsha Wisdom, Nicki Krajewski, 
Jesscia Scholl, Victoria Atamansky, Shanece Grant, Sarita Jo- 
seph, Dujlada Sukontasap, Melissa Mowatt 

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Freshman Lizz Marshall takes a break 
from studying for finals by helping 
the Leary's trim their trees. 

Cheerleading 

Jennifer Pudder, Jessica Gibbs, Amanda Opalacz, 
Kristin Armstrong, Anna Damm, Brandi Gilbert, Kate 
Wesolowski, Francheska Rosario, Renee Riley, and 
Heather Ferguson. 




SOTA 

Professor Mascia- 
Hanelius, Jennifer 
Kaczynski, Stacy 
DiGiulio, Liz Blake, 
Helen Thadison, Kristin 
Armstrong, Shannon 
McLaughlin, Lynelle 
Agostini, Jessica 
Talamini, Michele Rini, 
Jenn Simpson, Alison 
Zotter, Colleen 
Donovan, Kristin 
Balkun, Cheryl Garrity, 
and Melissa Gallant. 



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J?4V ^ath y\thtetlcs Is a growing program that allows Stu- 
dents to learn how to fie confident In themselves anA fie team 
players. In the Cast lonr years/ athletics has grown fiy leaps 
anA fioPinAS/ anA there Is every sign that It wilt continue to 
grow. ^tnAents have tonnA that their acaAemlcs have Improve A 
white playing sports fiecapise It allows them to team how to 
manage their scheApites In a more eUldent manner. 







Sports 53 



Soccer 



Overall Record: 

\2 wins-7 losses- 1 tie 

NAC Record: 

4 wins & 2 losses 

3rd place regular season 

Team Highlights: 
Hosted the finals of the 2001 NAC 
Championship. 

Runner-up North Atlantic Confer- 
ence Championship to Mount Ida 
College. 

Set records for most wins and goals 
in a season. 

Beat rivals, Elms College, Becker 
College in the same season for the 
first time ever. 

Player Highlights: 

1st Team NAC 2nd Team NAC 

Michelle Frett Jessica Raftery 

Heidi Pero Neddy Harrison 

Kerry Verdecchia became the all 

time leading scorer in Bay Path 

College soccer history with 126 

points. 

Michelle Frett set a colllege record 

with 21 goals in a season. 




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Coach Kristen Gondek, Amy 
Kingsbury, Heidi Pero, Jessica 
Gibbs, Jaclyn Smegal, Carrie Nemec, 
Lisa Mercure, Brady Pearson, Kerry 
Verdecchia, Andrea Kowalski, 
Coach Todd Ditmar, Neddy 
Harrison, Michelle Frett, Lindsey 
Watson, Nicki Lawson, Andrea 
Fontaine, Jessica Raftery, Amanda 
Tilden, Jamie Shuhi. Not pictured: 
Shelley Stone. 




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Volleyball 



Overall Record: 

3 wins and 24 losses 

NAC Record: 

1 win and 3 losses; 5th place regular 

season finish 

Team Highlights: 

Semi-finalist in North Atlantic Con- 
ference Championships 

Player Highlights: 

NAC Honorable Mention: Julie 
Nanathasene 

NAC Coach of the Year: Marc Maiolo 
Katie Wolfram was named to the sea- 
son ending NAC All-Tournment Tour. 
Julie Ouellette was selected to the 
D'Youville College Volleyball Invita- 
tional Team. 

Marissa Johnson was voted Most Im- 
proved Player. 

Katie Wolfram received the Most 
Valuable Player. 

Jamie Munson received the Volley- 
ball Award. 




Jamie Munson, Brittany Wahrman, 
Julie Nanthasene, Victoria Campbell, 
Katy Wolfram, Coach Marc Maiolo, 
Andrea Pedersen, Julie Ouellette, Ste- 
fanie Gilbert, Jessica Doane, Angela 
Powell. Not Pictured: Aymanie 
Litchfield, Marissa Johnson. 



Sports 55 



Cross 
Country 



Overall Record: 

Ran 7 meets and qualified for all of 

them 

NAC Record: 

3rd place finish in season ending NAC 

Championship 

Team Highlights: 

Team had 5 top ten finishes during 

the season. The NAC Championship 

saw the team with its highest ever 

finish, only 4 point behind 1st place 

finisher Elms College. 

The "Wildcats" completed their most 

successful by placing 3rd in the NAC 

Championship. 

Player Highlights: 
1st Team NAC: 
Kathy Osgood 

Rebecca Seraphin received the Cross- 
country Award. 

Megan Iannitelli received the Most 
Improved Runner Award. 
Kathy Osgood received the Most Valu- 
able Runner Award. 




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Brina Fondi, Megan Iannitelli, 
Kathy Osgood, Rebecca Seraphin, 
Irma OZwoldike, Holly Basiliere. 
Not Pictured: Jenn Simpson, Jelena 
Brigida. 




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Basketball 



Overall: 

5 wins and 19 losses 

NAC: 

2 wins and 12 losses 

Team Highlights: 

Team finished in 7th place during 
regular season with wins over Bard, 
Hampshire, Southern Vermont, and 
twice over Wharlock. 

Player Highlights: 

Michelle Frett led the team in scoring 

averging over 12 points per game. 

Stephanie Scylowski led team in 3 

point baskets and made a team record 

with 6 in a game. 

Jamie Munson led the team in 

rebouding with over 7 rebounds per 

game. 




Coach Kristen Gondek, Jamie 
Munson, Heidi Pero, Andrea 
Pedersen, LaToya Davis, Liz Kopec, 
Coach Stephen "Dusty" Hoyt, 
Fawziyyah Umrani, Jessica Raftery, 
Carrie Nemec. 



Sports 57 



Softball 
2001 



Overall Record: 

8 wins and 16 losses 

NAC Record: 

5 wins and 9 losses 
5th place finish 

Team Highlights: 

Traveled and played 8 games on 
spring break trip to Myrtle Beach, SC. 
Set team records for most hits, hrs, 
rbi's, and runs in a season. 

Player Highlights: 

1st Team NAC 

Sara Baluch Jacyln Smegal 

Betsy McCourt 

Jaclyn Smegal set a season record with 

6 triples and total bases with 45. 
Lindsey Watson received the Softball 
Award. 

Jamie Shuhi received the Most Im- 
proved Award. 

Jacyln Smegal received the Most Valu- 
able Award. 



Victoria Campbell, Brina Fondi, 
Jacyln Smegal, Jamie Zachery, 
Carrie Nemec, Head Coach Steve 
Smith, Aymanie Litchfield, 
Assistant Coach Todd Ditmar, 
Kerry Verhicchia, Jennifer Pudder, 
Crystal Mathena, Lindsey Watson, 
Jamie Shuhi, Monigue Graveline, 
Sarah Baluch, Susan Booth, Betsy 
McCourt, Valerie Milani 



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As Director of the Sullivan Career Development Center, Angela Derouin is extremely active on campus. She holds a position that influences nearly every studen 
at Bay Path. Beginning freshman year, students show up at her office seeking assistance with resume writing and career searches. It is during their last year 
at Ba\ Path that Angela becomes extremely important to students as they begin searching for internships, careers, and graduate schools. 




A standard fixture on Bay Path Campus, security guard Jerry Shea direct 
traffic on move in day, one of the busiest days on campus. 



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FACULTY 




acuity and Staff Retain 
High Standards 



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Qne ok the most astonnAlnfl aspects ok^ay ^Path College Is the AeAlcatlon 
ol the kaculty/ aAmlnlstra&on, anA stakk. ~fchose who teach anA those who 
phdke tAe college run smoothly on a Aally fasts make It a point to make a 
personal connection with all ok the stuAents. \/^hen stttAents reach out kor 
\ assistance; they tin A support within a whole community, \rfhlle many 
ok the kaces have chan^eA over the years/ the one thln<% that always remains 
constant Is the high stanAarAs the faculty, aAmlnlstratlon, anA Stakk have 
set fior themselves. 




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Eleanor Gay 

Assistant to the President 



Dr. William Sipple 

Provost and Vice President for Academic 
Affairs 



Rachel St. Onge-Boisseau 

Vice President of Finance and Administ 
tive Services 




Caron Hobin 

Vice President of Planning and Student 
Development 



Katharine Urner 

Vice President of Institutional Advance- 



ment 



Dr. Shirley Johnson 

Associate Vice President for Academu 
Affairs 






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Dean of Students 



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Sally Schirmer- Smith 

Assistant Dean of Student Life/ 
Activities Director 



Department Cjnairs 




Ms. Lynda Bishop 

Asst. Chair ofOT, Director of OTA, 
Asst. Professor of OT 



Attorney Ann Dobmeyer 

Legal Studies/ Professor of Law 



Dr. Arlene Eisenman-Palka 

Information Technology/ Assistant Profes- 
sor of Information Technology 








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Dr. Joan Inzinga 

Business / Professor of Business 



Dr. John Jarvis 

Liberal Studies/ Assoc. Professor of English/ 

Communication/ Director of Honors 

Program 



Ms. Estelle Leavitt 

Education/ Assoc. Professor of Education 




Dr. Victor Milani 

'Criminal Justice/ Professor of Criminal 
Justice/ Science 



Dr. Karen Sladyk 

Occupational Therapy/ Professor of OT 



Dr. Carol Winters- Smith 

Psychology/ Professor of Psychology 



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Ms. Sandra Burns 

Asst. Prof, of Interior 
Design/ Humanities 



Dr. Kenneth Callow 

Asst. Prof, of Accounting 
and Business 



Ms. Virginia Freed 

Assoc. Prof of English 



Ms. Brenda Hardin 

Dir. of Bashevkin Academic 

Dev. Center, 

Asst. Prof, of English 





Dr. Elenore Long 

Assoc. Prof, of English/ 
Communications 



Ms. Marilyn Micka- 
Pickunka 

Asst. Prof, of Occupational 
Thera, 



Dr. Cathryn G. 
Riggs 

Assoc. Prof, of Education 



Dr. Elizabeth Rivet 

Asst. Prof, of IT/ Director of 

M.S. in Communicatins & 

Info. Magmt. 



Ms. Andrea Russo 

Assoc. Prof, of Business/ 
Computer Applications '■ 




Dr. Thomas Schorle 

Assoc. Professor of English/ 

Communcations/ Study 

Abroad Advisor 



Dr. Gina Semprebon 

Asst. Prof, of Science 



Ms. Brenda Smaga 

Asst. Prof, of Occupational 

Therapy, OT Fieldwork 

Coordinator 



Atty. Joan F. 
Spadoni 

Professor of Law 



Dr. Robert Weir 

Assoc. Prof, of History/ 
Sociology 




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Carol Berry 

Michele Bock 

Robert Kalill 

Dyanne Mascia-Hanelius 

Nancy Rossiter 

Jo-Ann Sipple 



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Ms. Jane Weyant 

Instructor of Information 
Technology 

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Ms. Kathryn 
Wiezbicki- Stevens 

Assf. Prof, of Psychology/ 
Academic Counselor 




Margaret Anderson 

Director of Health Services 



Charles Bertolino 

Registrar 



Kathleen Bourque 

Director of Corporations and 
Foundations 



Phyllis Brand Christine Butler 

Financial Aid Assistant Adminstrative Asst. to Dean 

of Students 




Janice Calcidise 

faculty Administrative 
Assistant 



Melissa Chabot 

Continuing Education 
Counselor 



Kenneth Collamore 

Director of Campus Public 
Safety 



Kathleen Cotnoir 

Director of Alumnae 
Relations 



Angela Derouin 

Director of Sullivan Career 
Services 




Carol Dunlop Delores Ennis 

\wdemic Advisor to Adult Assistant to the President's 



Students 



Office 



Sharon Feen 

Administrative Support- 
Registrar's Office 



Nathan Ford 

A/V Support Specialist 



Laurie Gelzinis 

Administrative Assistant to 
the Registrar 




oanne Guernsey 

Sector of Publications and 
Advertising 



Donna Guertin 

Controller 



Ann Guttman 

Events Coordinator 



Maureen Horak 

Director of the Library 



Stephanie King 

Director of Financial Aid 



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Lynn Letourneau 

Office Serz'ices Assistant 



Jane Moriarty 

Receptionist Operator 



Maureen Naglieri 

Administrative Asst. 
Facilities & Campus 
Services 



Joanne Ollson 

Director of Human 
Resources 



Diane Ranaldi 

Director of Continuing 
Education 




Robyn Rawson- 
Sicard 

Communication Assistant 




Cheryl Wagner 

Payroll & Benefits Assistant 



Linda Simonds 

Assistant Manager of ITS 







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Wendy Weiss 

Campus Counselor 



Susan Sliwa 

Administrative Asst.- 
Provost/ Academic Affairs 



Steven Smith 

Athletic Director 



Paul Stanton 

Director Facilities & 
Campus Services 




Stacey Wikar 

Director of Purchasing and 
Office Services 



Gail Wilkinson 

Systems Operator 



Stacie Wolmer 

ITS Customer Suppor 
Center Administratoi 




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Kathleen 
Wroblewski 

Director of Communications 



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Terry Aberdale 
Adina Alexandria 
Don) Patrick Amarasinghe 

Marilyn Barnes 

Susan Lopiparo Barrett 

Jennifer Bell 

Bernard S. Bettinelli 

Paul Bloomfield 

Michelle Boudreau 

Robert Brown 

Brian Burrell 

Robert Chipkin 

Liana M. Ciaglo 

Tara Christian Clark 

Thurlow (Tim) Cook 

Erica Cushna 

Mark J. Damon 

Hyman Darling 

Scott Davis 

Mary L. DiGiacomo 

Charles Dolan 

Patricia O'Neill Egan 

Melanie Farrell 

Theresa Finnegan 

Armand Garcia 



Business Office 

Jennifer Catanzaro 

Sally La Valley 
Karen Mihalchick 

Linda Stabach 

Jonathan Tudryn 

Campus Public Safety 

Linnea Lavoie-Bernard 

Robert Palka 

Vincent Rossi 

Michelle Sawyer 

Jeremiah Shea 

Continuing Education 

Kathryn Catania 
Lynn George 

Development/ Alumnae 
Relations 

Amy Benoit 

Patricia Lavigne 

Christine Pion 



Jennifer Gardner 

Micheal Gelinas 

Robert Gordon 

J. Vincent Grassetti 

Donalynn Gross 

Zahi Haddad 

Peter Hagadorn 

Katherine T. Hall 

Kimberly Hall-Moore 

Deborah D. Hatzipetro 

Lynne M. Hauser 

Etta Hill 

Brooks Holmes 

Clark Honeywell 

Kathleen Imbruno 

Robert Keough 

Michelle Kiah 

Benjamin Korzec 

Henry Lafleur 

Susan Laing 

James Lawrence 

Christopher Leary 

Gary Lefort 

Christopher Lehman 

Jacques C. Leroy 



Michael Ligarski 

Leonard Long 

Mary Long 

William J. Macanka 

Thomas Malone 

David Maloof 

Karen Matlock 

Thomas J. McGee 

Kenneth McLean 

Shaun McLean 

Susan Mitchell 

Donald Murphy 

Dori Neuwirth 

Patricia Newcombe 

Muriel Ann Nihill 

Leslie Noyes 

Seonagh Odhiambo 

M. Martin O'Shea 

Charles E. Page 

Paula Pflanz 

Michael Pici 

Irene Piegza 

Lisa Pion 

Andrea Raphael 

Carolyn Robbins-Chipkin 



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Finance/Purchasing 

Mary Dolce 

Financial Aid 

Diane Price 

Fitness Instructors/Coaches 

Danielle Brunelle 

Ruth Caney 
Robbie Cox 

Terry Ditmar 

Todd Ditmar 
Kristen Gondek 

Stephen Hoyt 

Marc Maiolo 

Jean Maziarz 
Timothy McNair 
Pamela Ouellette 

Robert Panetti 

Info. Technology Services 

Michael Feeley 

Mary Kaselouskas 

Christiane Torchia 

Eric Willcox 



Library 

Sandra Cahillane 

Bonnie Enright 

Diane McDonald 

K. Grace Sheppard 

Kathleen Staron 

Patricia Ware 

Occupational Therapy 

Deborah Malek 

Office Services 

Lenard McCoy 

Preschool 

Nancy Farber 

Tammy King 

Vanessa Robare 

Receptionists 

Patricia Booth 
Mary O'Brien 



John Rossini 

Carla Roy 

Lisa Ruch 

Andrew Rucks 

Yvette M. Russell 

Michael Scanlon 

William Schettler 

T. J. Schmith 

John E. Shea 

Steve Shifnadel 

Lori Sladyk 

Vanessa Smith 

Donna Suchcicki 

Cynthia Suopis 

Robert E. Surburg 

Daniel Swords 

Rebecca Townsend 

Joshua Weiss 

Joanne Welch 

Darrell Weldon 

William Wendry 

Carolyn Wikar 

James E. Wilkinson 

H. Gregory Williams 

Robert Williams 



Maintenance/Grounds/ 
Housekeeping 

Stanley Bator 

Daniel Brodeur 

Joseph Cembura 

Darrell Cowlan 

Shirley Cross 

Lee Diamond 

Colleen Douglas 

Dawn Dugay 

Thomas Dyjak 

Mattie Gromacki 

J. Robert Hallihan 

Elaine Hood 

Neal Magill 

Aroxy Meregian 

Brian Metras 

Ronald Moson 

Neil Pocai 

Dorothy Poehler 

Honora Vinton 

Robert Wakem 

Cynthia White 



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Knowing that small classes are 
one of the great benefits of a 
small college, senior Sara Pleva 
takes full advantage of the 
opportunity to ask Professor 
Semprebon questions regard- 
ing a recent Anatomy and 
Physiology 2 lecture. Even 
though Sara is a criminal jus- 
tice student, she is taking the 
science course as an elective 
because her experience in 
Anatomy and Physiology 1 
sparked her interest. 




Dr. Jarvis enjoys an afternoon 
at the zoo with his French stu- 
dents as they film for their 
French television program 

Vice President Hobin enjoys 
the bonfire with junior Anna 
Damm. 




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Professor Keough entertains 
Nicki Krajewski with a math 
related story between classes. 




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ATURDAY 

STUDENTS 



One day a week makes a 

hectic schedule 

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The ^attirAay Students have change A the structure oi the col- 
lege anA also the scheAnle oi their lives, ^or what was once a 
empty campus on the weekenA/ It Is now a finsy college on £at- 
nrAayS. yl tsO/ the women who have maAe the Aeclslon to attenA 
classes one Aay a week kor an entire Aay/ have createA a neeA tor 
aAmstment throughout their whole lives. *yi\any ok the women 
work site AayS a week anA then attenA classes on their AayS oU/ 
only to then have to change their scheAtiles Anrln<2 the week to 
0nA time to Ao homework. 



Saturday Students 71 



One Day ^A (QJeeA <bfudent 



Cynthia Adams 

Ludlow, MA 
B.S. in Business/ Informa- 
tion Technology Concentra- 
tion 




Debra Gallant 

Bristol, CT 
Associate in Scienci 



Robin Webster 

Enfield, CT 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 
Management Concentration 




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Ammie Amadore 


Sharon Bergeron 


Bristol, CT 


Indian Orchard, MA 


B.S. in Business/ Executive 


Associate in Science 


Management Concentration 




Ann Antonellis 


Rebecca Bolton-Knuer 

Deerfield, MA 


Agawam, MA 


B.S. in Business/ Executive 


B.A. in Liberal Studies 


Management Concentration 


Denise Arciszewski 


Denise Brown 


Suffield, CT 
3.S. in Business/ Information 


Chicopee, MA 
Associate in Science 


Technology Concentration 




Jennifer Aubin 


Kim Byrd 

New Britain, CT 


Ellington, CT 


Associate in Science 


B.S. in Business/ Executive 




Management Concentration 


Gloria Carson 


Susan Baker 


Hartford, CT 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 


Amherst, MA 
3.S. in Business/ Information 


Management Concentration 


Technology Concentration 


Anne Cascio 


Renee Barnish 

Windsor Locks, CT 


Feeding Hills, MA 
Associate in Science 


Associate in Science 





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Maureen Cormier 

Feeding Hills, MA 

3.S. in Business/ Information 

Technology 

Glenda DeBarge 

Ludlow, MA 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 
Management Concentration 

Marie DiSanti 

Ludlow, MA 
Associate in Science 

Angela Dougherty 

Southwick, MA 
Associate in Science 

Christine Fatal 

Springfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Lorraine Fortes 

Springfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Autherene Grant 

Windsor, CT 

B.S. in Business/ Information 

Technology Concentration 

Victoria Guevin 

Springfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Narvis Handford 

Wilbraham, MA 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 
Management Concentration 

Darlene Harper 

Ware, MA 
Associate in Science 

Lisa Hendrix 

Middletown, CT 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 
Management Concentration 

Roberta Hoff 

Enfield, CT 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 

Sandra Jackson 

Poquonock, CT 
Associate in Science 

Bernadette Johnson 

Enfield, CT 
Associate in Science 

Meghan Kelso 

Southampton, MA 
Associate in Science 



Natalie Kennedy 

Springfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Kristen Kolb 

Monson, MA 
Associate in Science 

Heidi Krause 

Glastonbury, CT 
Associate in Science 

Haydee Lamberty- 
Rodriquez 

Springfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Serena Lansing 

Westfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Anita Lapico 

East Hampton, CT 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 

Donna Leary-Arnold 

Ludlow, MA 
Associate in Science 

Annette Lemire 

Belchertown, MA 
Associate in Science 

Mary Leslie 

Suffield, CT 
Associate in Science 

Julia-lyn Mahr 

Southwick , CT 
Associate in Business Administra- 
tion 

Damaris Mansfield 

Southwick, MA 
Associate in Science 

Cindy Mason 

Greenfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Sharla McAuliffe 

Chicopee, MA 
Associate in Science 

Lisa McCusker 

Lee, MA 
Associate in Science 

Lori Mgrdichian 

Windsor, CT 
Associate in Science 



Barbara Micgiel 

Chicopee, MA 
Associate in Science 

Julie Miller 

Windsor, CT 

B.S. in Business/ Information 

Technology Concentration 

Diane Munro 

Wales, MA 
Associate in Science 

Nina Olmeda 

Indian Orchard, MA 
Associate in Science 

Catherine Parranto 

Manchester, CT 
Associate in Science 

Elizabeth Parsons 

South Hadley, MA 

B.S. in Business/ Information 

Technology Concentration 

Abigail Pena 

Springfield, MA 

B.S. in Business/ Information 

Technology Concentration 

Ana Pereira 

Ludlow, MA 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 
Management Concentration 

Mary Pippin 

Tolland, CT 
Associate in Science 

Victoria Pleasent 

Chicopee, MA 
Associate in Science 

Luz Pray 

Springfield, MA 
Associate in Arts 

Alison Ritter 

Westfield, MA 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 
Management Concentration 

Dolores Rodrigues 

Ludlow, MA 
Associate in Science 

Susan Ryder 

Somers, CT 

B.S. in Business/ Information 

Technology Concentration 



Terri Schaffrick 

Bristol, CT 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 

Ann-Marie Serre 

Westfield, MA 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 

Debra Sexton 

South Hadley, MA 
Associate in Science 

Cynthia Sikora 

Enfield, CT 
Associate in Science 

Briana Sitler 

Longmeadow, MA 
Associate in Science 

Patricia Souder 

Agawam, MA 
Associate in Science 

Anne Marie Storey 

Southwick, MA 
Associate in Science 

Tracey Teague 

Turners Falls, MA 
Associate in Science 

Robin Tefts 

Westfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Jacqueline Tew 

East Hartford, CT 
Associate in Science 

Lorianne Widmer 

Springfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Kimberly Williams- Cephas 

Springfield, MA 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 
Management Concentration 

Patricia Young 

Belchertown, MA 
B.S. in Business/ Executive 
Management Concentration 



Saturday Students 73 



All of the French students, including 
college and elementary levels go on 
site to the zoo to record needed scenes 
for their video. 




Seniors Sara Pleva and Grethel 
Hoozky raise questions regarding 
dorm life at the skits during orienta- 
tion. 

Many male guests attend BPC events. 



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Students from Bay Path preschool The pumpkin decorating contest a big 
trick or treat on campus. hit with students. 











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Jen Tambur and Jessica Gibbs wish Natasha Brown and her father a great time at the father/ daughter 
banquet. 



Around Campus 75 



Courtney Greening, Andrea Fontaine, 
Sara Pleva, and Gabby Staelens lay 
around after a senior class comittee 
meeting. 




Julie Nanthasene and Brandi Gilbert 
display this togas at the Toga Party. 

Many seniors participated in limbo at 
their last Fall Campus Day at Bay. 



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Dujlada Sukontasap, Yoriko Kado, 
Yasmin Correa eats lunch outside the and Natasha Ali reflex after one of 
cafe. their last shows on campus. 




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Dujlada Sukontasap uses the camera equipment in her communications classes. 




Around Campus 77 



Olivia Panjaitan and Ritha 
Simanjuntak dance part of a tradi- 
tional Indonesian dance in Blake Din- 
ing Hall. 

The members of Women of Culture 
often use props to explain traditions 
and stories of various cultures. 




Sarah Diskin, Lauren Betancourt, and 
Dujlada Sukontasap relaxing at Cam- 
pus Day. 



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Dujlada Sukontasap and Natasha Ali Nicki Krajewski is a willing subject 
dress traditional costumes for every for an experiment in Muscularskeletal 
Women of Culture performance. Anatomy class. 




When Deana Bruce, Jayme Clark, Brandi Gilbert, Julie Nanthasene, Jessica Gibbs, and Rebecca Cain heard about 
SAB's Toga Party, they were ready to dress the part. 




Around Campus 79 



Lounging cm a couch during move in day, seniors Nicki Krajewski and Sara Pleva are ready to begin their final year at Bay Path. 





Roommates, Alison Zotter and Jessica Phalin laugh at the antics of a comedia 
during the first month of their senior year. 



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OPHOMORE 




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Change 



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]~>ay ^ath has evolveA alonff with the seniors anA sophomores Atiting 
their years atj^ay ^path 0olU^e. £lnce the seniors were freshmen/ 
i male visitation hours have been e&tenAeA to lnclnAe male overnights/ 
d new StttAent commons WIS constmcteA/ new majors have fieen 
nAAeA/ new aAmlnlstratlon anA new faculty members have joineA the 
"]£?ay ^path (Community, however/ the tartest change has been 
Within the stnAents themselves. The ^raAnates are now more 
prepareA lor leaAershlp positions/ communicating with others/ anA 
Working with the newest technology. 







Seniors & Sophomores 81 




Rudy Archer 

Ellsworth, ME 
B.S. in Criminal Justice 



Lynelle Agostini 

Canton, CT 

B.S. in Occupational 

Therapy 



Natasha Ali 

Madras, India 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 






Karen L. Balboni 

Agawam, MA 
B.S. in Legal Studies 



Kristen Balkun 

Wakefield, RI 

B.S. Occupational 

Therapy 



Umaima Arsiwala 
Bombay, India 
B.S. in Information 
Technology 




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Elizabeth A. Blake 

Springfield, MA 

B.S. in Occupational 

Therapy 






Cheryl Conley 

Suffield, CT 

B.A. in Psychology/ 

Elementary Education 

Concentration 



Kattie Cordeiro 

South Hadley, MA 
A. A. in Liberal Arts 



Lauren Caswell 

Somers, CT 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 




Seniors and Sophomores 83 




Amanda Degree 

North Ferrisburg, VT 
B.S. in Business 



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Yasmin Correa 

West Springfield, MA 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 



Leanna Daniele 

Suffield, CT 
B.S. in Business 





Stacey DiGiulic 

Johnston, RI 
B.S. in Occupationa 
Therapy 



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Colleen Donovan 

Milton, MA 

B.S. in Occupational 

Therapy 



Deborah Egan 

West Springfield, MA 
B.S. in Business 




Melissa Gallant 

Taunton, MA 
B.S. in Occupational 
Therapy 



Andrea Fontaine 

Enfield, CT 
B.A. in Psychology 






Cheryl Garrity 

Pittsfield, MA 

B.S. in Occupational 

Therapy 



Pauline 
Gladstone 

Nashua, NH 
B.A. in Psychology 



Latika Ganti 

Baroda, India 

B.S. in Information 

Technology 




Seniors and Sophomores 85 




Nancy Guerrera 

Torrington, CT 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 



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Taunya Gray 

Merrimac, MA 
B.A. in Psychology 



Courtney Greening I 

North Branford, CT 



B.S. in Business 






Orietta M. 
Hawkins 

Windsor, CT 
B.S. in Business/ 
Human Resource 
Management Concen- 
tration 



Dana Hickman 

Leonardo, NJ 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 



Marie Guiffred 

Wilbraham, MA 

B.S. in Informatior J, 

Technology 




Meagan Hudak 

Torrington, CT 
B.A. in Liberal Stud- 
ies/ Science Concen- 
tration 






Jennifer 
Kaczynski 

Colchester, CT 

B.S. in Occupational 

Therapy 



Elizabeth Kopec 

Poughkeepsie, NY 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 



Nicole Jimenez 

Guaynabo, Puerto 

Rico 

B.S. in Business 




Seniors and Sophomores 87 



Brandi Lefler 

Ashford, CT 
B.A. in Psychology 






Shannon M. 
McLaughlin 

Suffield, CT 

B.S. in Occupational 

Therapy 



Moriah Metras 

Chicopee, MA 
B.A. in Psychology 



Suzanne Maheux 

Southwick, MA 

B.A. in Psychology/ 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Concentration 




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Valerie Milani 

Brimfield, MA 
B.A. in Psychology 



Rebecca Lynn 
Noujaim 

Waterbury, CT 
B.S. in Business 




Michele R. 
O'Toole 

Danbury, CT 
B.A. in Psychology/ 
Early Childhood Ed. 

Concentration 





Jessica Phalin 

Enfield, CT 
B.S. in Business/ 
Information Technol- 
ogy Concentration 



Sara E. Pleva 

Pelham, NH 
B.S. in Criminal Justice 



Rebecca Palmer 

Winsted, CT 
A.S. in Early Child- 
hood Education 




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Jessica Talamini 
Stafford Springs, CT 
B.S. in Occupational 
Therapy 



Gabrielle Staelens 

Pittsfield, MA 
B.S. in Criminal Justice 




Dujlada 
Sukontasap 

Nonthaburi, Thailand 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 





Esther Wallace 

Brooklyn, NY 

B.S. in Information 

Technology 




Allison Michelle 
Zotter 

Windsor, CT 

B.S. in Occupational 

Therapy 



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Nancy Ayers 

Hampden, MA 

B.A. in Liberal Studies 



Sari Benmosche 
Longmeadow. MA 

B.S in Business Administra- 
tion 

Michele Bernier 

Enfield, CT 

B.A. in Liberal Studies/ 
Early Childhood Ed. Concen- 
tration 

Colleen Callahan 

Enfield, CT 

A.S. in Health Administra- 
tion 

Kathryn Catania 

Longmeadow, MA 
B.S. in Legal Studies 

Amanda Catellier 

Springfield, MA 

B.S. in Criminal Justice 

Soen Chhouk 

West Hartford, CT 
B.S. in Business 

Diane Corbo-Palazzo 

East Windsor, CT 
B.A. in Psychology 

Fern Cushing 

Enfield, CT 
B.S. in Business 

Melissa Fager 

Plymouth, MA 

B.S. in Criminal Justice 

Brina Fondi 

Warwick, RI 

B.A. in Liberal Studies 



Kelly Gebhard 

East Hartford, CT 
B.A. in Psychology 

Nadine Govoni 

Springfield, MA 
Associate in Science 

Karen Hagberg 

Springfield, MA 
B.S. in Business 

Ellen Hastings 

Enfield, CT 

B.A. in Psychology 



Sueann Henault 

Belchertown, MA 
A.S. in Information Technol- 
ogy 

Jennf ier Jones 

Enfield, CT 

B.A. in Psychology/ Early 

Childhood Ed. Concentration 

Stephanie Kilian 

Barre, VT 

B.A. in Psychology 

Heather Knorr 

East Longmeadow, MA 
B.A. in Liberal Studies/ 
Elementary Education 
Concentration 

Karina Koffi-Tessio 

Cantoment Accra, Ghana 
B.S. in Business Administra- 
tion 

Sonia Kovaco 

Enfield, CT 

B.S in Criminal Justice/ 

Specialiation in Psychology 



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Kathryn Kubera 

East Longmeadow, MA 
B.S in Business Administra- 
tion 

Maryellen Landers 

Wilbraham, MA 
B.A. in Psychology 

Sabrina Metivier 

East Longmeadow, MA 
B.A. in Liberal Studies 

Giau Nguyen 

Springfield, MA 

A.S. in Early Childhood 

Education 



Sarah Palanjian 

West Springfield, MA 
B.A. in Psychology 

Emilie Pessagno 

Manchester, CT 

B.S. in Occupational Therapy 

Laura Pirog 

West Springfield, MA 
B.S. in Business 

Shirley Pranaitis 

Windsor, CT 

B.A. in Liberal Studies/ 

Elementary Education 

Concentration 

Sandra Purcell 

Chicopee, MA 
B.S. in Business 

Aimee Racine 

Holyoke, MA 

B.S. in Information Technol- 
ogy 



Sarah Starr 

Enfield, CT 

A. A. in Liberal Arts 

Aryu Sunyoto 

Tembaqapura, Indonesia 
B.S. in Information Technoll 

°gy 

Heather Vasseur 

Enfield, CT 

B.A. in Psychology 

Megan Villani 

Enfield, CT 

B.A. in Liberal Studies 

Leila Elisabeth Weine] 

Prescott, AZ 

B.S. in Legal Studies 

Kimberley Welsh 

Ware, MA 

A.S. in Business Administra 

tion 

Nicole Yang 

Queens, NY 

B.S. in Information Technol 

°gy 

Michele Zukowski 

Enfield, CT 

B.A. in Liberal Studies/ 

Elementary Education 

Concentration 



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Latika Ganti at the Career De- 
velopment Conference, where 
nearly all of the graduates gath- 
ered together to learn network- 
ing skills and listen to speak- 
ers. 

All of the seniors who attend 
the Career Development Semi- 
nar enjoyed listening to the 
various speakers. 



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Mr. Noel Leary, Natasha AH, 

and President Leary spend a i^u 

moment together at a luncheon Ji, ' 

at Empsall Hall. Jjjji 









Colleen Donovan and her fa- 
ther dance the night away at 
the Father/ Daughter Banquet. 



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Nicki Krajewski dances dur- Gabby Staelens relaxes in her 
ing Chicago. room before the year begins. 




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Cheryl Garrity and Kristen Seniors Pauline Gladstone and Lisa Barber prepare themselves 
Balkun enjoy a free moment for an eventful senior year 
during one of their many OT 
sessions. 




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Getting into the spirit of Campus 
Dav, seniors Yasmin Correa, 
Cheryl Garrity, Melissa Gallant, 
1 'racy Gomes, and Nicole Jimenez 
smile for the camera. 



The winner of the pumpkin decorat- 
ing contest, Jenn Simpson proudly 
displays her first place ribbon. 




I love the 
relaxed at- 
mosphere 
here. 

~Jen Ta 



Enjoying the "Clown Bouncer" at 
Campus Day, Kiana Harris, Vanessa 
Plantz, Priya Varghese, Payal Kapoor, 
Jen Tambur, and Stuti Pal take a mo- 
ment to relax. 



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^n College Gon, 

Here at Bay Path, things are 
constantly changing. Every 
year, there are new and excit- 
ing happenings: new faces 
among the students, faculty, 
and administration; beautiful 
new buildings; new innova- 
tive programs; as well as excit- 
ing clubs and organizations. 
However, there are two things 
that have remained constant 


Jelena Brigida and Dean Conrad get 


■ ■ ■ 




connected at the international stu- 
dent orientation where a bal I of yarn 
was all it took to establish the con- 
nection between all the countries of 
the world. 






After a long year of creativity and hard work, Dr. John Jarvis celebrates an 
award for his original children's French puppet show with two members of 
his student team, puppeteer Natasha Ali and camera woman Dujlada 
Sukontasap. 



in this ever-changing sea. They 
both have the same name: Por- 
tico. As one walks around the 
campus, it is hard to miss the 
fact that all the buildings have 
porticos, those semicircular 
windows invented by the Ital- 
ian Renaissance architect, An- 
drea Poletti. Despite massive 
renovations or the building of 
completely new structures, 
Bay Path has always kept its 
portico windows. 
The other Portico is the year- 
book, the faithful chronicle of 
the multitude of changes on 
the campus. The Portico fea- 
tures pictures of the new stu- 



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dents who just arrived, the stu- 
dents who will be leaving soon, 
the new buildings and every 
other aspect of life on campus. 
The windows make a lasting 
impression on the students and 
the yearbook is a testament to 
the lasting impressions the stu- 
dents make on Bay Path. 



Closing 97 



A 



Abdurasuleva, Kamola 

5 

Aberdale, Terry 

67 
Adams, Cynthia 

72 

Alexandru, Adina 

67 

AN, Natasha 

8, 16, 22, 24, 26,46, 77, 79, 

82, 94, 97 

Alliance 

46 

All Women Excel 

38,48 

Amarasinghe, (Don) Patrick 

67 

Amarasinghe, Janeshi 

17,40,46,48 

Anderson, Margaret 

65 

Archer, Ruby 

15,26,27,82 

Armstrong, Kristin 

51 
Arsiwala, Umaima 

46, 50, 82 

Atamansky, Victoria 

42, 46, 48, 50 

Auld, Christine 

43 

Axtmann, Peter 

44 

Baker, Susan 

72 
Balboni, Karen 

82 

Balkun, Kristen 

51, 82, 94 

Barber, Lisa 

23, 83, 95 

Barnish, Renee 

72 

Barrett, Susan Lopiparo 

67 

Batch, Emily 

16,44 
Bator, Stanley 



67 
Beebe, Lisa 

43 

Bell, Jennifer 

67 

Benmosche, Sari 

92 

Benoit, Amy 

67 

Bentancourt, Lauren 

42, 78 

Benway, Jessica 

5,46 
Bergeron, Sharon 

72 

Bernier, Michele 

92 

Berry, Carol 

64 

Bertolino, Charles 

65 

Best, Khadeeja 

4 

Bettinelli, Bernard 

67 

Bishop, Lynda 

63 

Blake, Elizabeth 

22,51,83 

Blake, TJ 

40 

Blazejowski, Sara 

83 

Bloomfield, Paul 

67 

Bock, Michele 

64 

Bogran, Lia 

5 

Bolton-Kneurr, Rebecca 

72 

Booth, Patricia 

67 

Boudreau, Michelle 

67 

Bourgue, Kathleen 

65 

Brand, Phyllis 

65 
Brigida, Jelena 

97 
Brower, Rachel 

48,50 

Brown, Adrienne 

40 



Brown, Akilah 

23 
Brown, Denise 

72 
Brown, Natasha 

22, 46, 75 
Brown, Robert 

67 
Brown, Shakira 

46,48 

Bruce, Deana 

42 

Brunelle, Danielle 

67 

Burns, Sandra 

64 

Burns, Stephanie 

21,45,46 

Burrell, Brian 

67 

Butler, Christine 

65 

Byrd, Kim 

72 

Byun, JiYeon 

50 



e 



Cahillane, Sandra 

67 

Cain, Rebecca 

42,45 
Calcidise, Janice 

65 
Callahan, Colleen 

92 

Callow, Kenneth 

64 

Caney, Ruth 

67 
Carson, Gloria 

72 
Casassa, Lisa 

69 

Cascio, Anne 

72 

Catania, Kathryn 

67,92 

Catanzaro, Jennifer 

67 
Catellier, Amanda 

92 

Cembura, Joseph 

67 



Chabot, Melissa 

65 

Chapman, Kelly 

69 

Cheerleading 

51 
Chhouk, Soen 

92 

Chipkin, Robert 

67 

Christian Clark, Tara 

67 

Ciaglo, Li 

26,67 

Clairmont, Rebekah 

12, 22, 43 

Clark, Jessia 

30,46 
Clow, Adrian 

45 

Cofiell, Kelly 

21 

Collamore, Kenneth 

65 

Cone, Kiernan 

27 
Conen, Gary 

35 
Conley, Cheryl 

83 

Conley, Chris 

8, 20, 42, 45, 46 

Conrad, Marcia 

14, 15,62,97 

Conway, Tara 

21 
Conway, Telitha 

21 

Cook, Thurlow 

67 

Corbo-Palazzo, Diane 

92 

Cordeiro, Kattie 

20,83 
Cormur, Maureen 

73 
Correa, Yasmin 

77, 84, 96 

Cotnir, Kathleen 

65 

Cox, Robbie 

67 

Cowlan, Darrell 

67 



98 Portico 



m 



Craig, Cyndrea 

20,48 

Criminal Justice Club 

43 

Cross, Shirley 

67 

Cull-Fournier, Amber 

43 

Cushing, Erin 

92 

Cushna, Erica 

67 

Czamowski, Stacy 

22,43 



Z> 



D'Amour, Jeanne Fontaine 

24 

D'Orsi, Lora 

31 

Daigneault, Karen 

69 

Damm, Anna 

5,50 

Damon, Mark 

67 

Daniele, Leanna 

84 



Darling, Hyman 

67 

Davis, John 

24, 25 

Davis, Scott 

67 

DeBarge, Glenda 

73 

Decelles, Beth 

21,49 

Degree, Amanda 

42, 84 

Derby, Dan 

27 

Derouin, Angela 

60,65 

Diamond, Lee 

67 

DiGiacomo, Mary Lou 

67 

DiGiulio, Stacey 

84 
DiSanti, Marie 

73 
Diskin, Sarah 

31,42, 78 

Ditmar, Terry 

67 



Allison Zotter 




Allison, 

Congratulations, you have done an outstanding job the 
past four years. We are so proud of you the young 
woman you have become. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, Tracey, and Faith 



Ditmar, Todd 

67 

Dobmeyer, Ann 

42, 63 

Dolan, Charles 

67 

Dolce, Mary 

67 

Donovan, Colleen 

35,41,47,49,51,84,94 

Dougherty, Angela 

73 

Douglas, Colleen 

67 

Downie, Kelly 

21 

Drapeau, Danielle 

46 

Dugay, Dawn 

67 
Dunlop, Carol 

65 

Dyjak, Thomas 

67 



B 



Egan, Deborah 

84 

Egan, Patricia O'Neill 

67 

Eisenman-Palka, Arlene 

63 

Elias, Lisette 

69 
Ennis, Delores 

65 

Enright, Bonnie 

67 

Evans, Stacy 

85 



^ 



Fager, Melissa 

92 
Farber, Nancy 

67 



Congratulations 



Cheryl and Melissa 




"You were the one who made things different, you were the one 
who took me in. You were the one thing I could count on, above 
all you were my friend." 
-Tom Petty 

"Don't be dismayed at good-byes. A farewell is necessary 
before you can meet again. And meeting again, after moments 
or lifetimes is certain for those who are friends." 
-Richard Bach 



Index 99 



Melissa Sokolik 





Melissa, 

These twenty-one years have flown by and you have grown into a beautiful young woman 
full of energy, determination and enthusiasm. Remember how much we love you and how 
very proud we are of you. Work hard, enjoy the good times and learn from the bad. Know 
that we will always be here for you. "AND WHEN YOU GET THE CHANCE TO SIT IT OUT 
OR DANCE, WE HOPE YOU DANCE." 

All our Love, Mom, Dad, and Taryi 
100 Portico 



Farrell, Melanie 


Freshmen Class Committee 


Gebhard, Kelly 


Good, Sarah 


67 


46 


92 


26 


Fatal, Christine 


Fuji, Machiko 


Gelinas, Michael 


Goodie, Jenny 


73 


17,40,46,48 


67 


43, 45, 48, 51 


Feeley, Amy 


— — -^ 


Gelzinis, Laurie 


Gonsal, Jaida 


4 


£rf 


65 


48 


Feeley, Michael 


(/ 


Genthner, Anna 


Gomes, Tracy 


67 


Gadbois, Megan 


23 


15, 96 


Feen, Sharon 


49 


George, Lynn 


Govoni, Nadine 


65 


Gallant, Debra 


67 


92 


Ferguson, Heather 


72 


Gibbs, Jessica 


Grant, Autherene 


51 


Gallant, Melissa 


42,46, 51, 75 


73 


Finnegan, Theresa 


51,86,96 


Gilbert, Brandi 


Gray, Taunya 


67 


Ganti, Latika 


16,42,45,46, 51, 76 


16,49, 86 


Fondi, Brina 


85 


Gilbert, Stefanie 


Grassett, J. Vincent 


45,92 


Garcia, Armand 


48 


67 


Fontaine, Andrea 


67 


Gladstone, Pauline 


Gravalese, Stephanie 


40, 76, 85 


Garcia, Jessalie 


14, 23, 47, 49, 85, 95 


4, 42, 48 


Ford, Nathan 


20,48 


Golden Z 


Greening, Courtney 


65 


Gardner, Jennifer 


38 


14, 19,26,40,76, 86 


Fortes, Lorranie 


67 


Gomez, Migdalia 


Gromack, Mattie 


73 


Garrity, Cheryl 


73 ' 


67 


Fraga, Jessica 


51,85, 94,96 


Gondek, Kristen 


Gross, Donalynn 


27 


Gay, Eleanor 


67 


67 


Freed, Virginia 


62 


Gordon, Robert 


Guernsey, Joanne 


64 * 




67 


65 





Jennifer, 

Though your road hasn't been easy, you never 
gave up. You've shown you have persistence, lots 
of spirit, lots of heart. You have shown what you 
are made of, and know what you can do. You will 
be an asset to your profession. I can't tell you 
how proud your family is of you. May God Bless 
and keep you . . . May he shine his light upon you 
.. . now and always . ..(E.L. P. this one's for you). 

Love, Dad, Mom, Jessica, & Co. 




Index 101 



Guerrera, Nancy 


Hargrave, Jim 


Hoozky, Grethel 


96 


34 


35, 47, 74, 87 


Guertin, Donna 


Harper, Darlene 


Horak, Maureen 


65 


73 


65 


Guevin, Victoria 


Harris, Deborah 


Hoyt, Stephen 


73 


18 


67 


Guiffredo, Marie 


Harvey, Kristyn 


Hudak, Meagan 


50, 86 


14, 35,40, 50 


87 


Guttman, Ann 


Hastings, Ellen 




65 


92 


7 


3uzman, Taishonia 


Hawkins, Orietta 


42 


86 


lida, Nanae 


w 


Henault, Sueann 


88 


92 


Inanobe, Sachiko 


Hendrix, Lisa 


50 


Hagberg, Karen 


73 


Instrumental Club 


92 


Hickman, Dana 


42,48 


Hallihan, J. Robert 


86 


Inzinga, Joan 


67 


Hobin, Caron 


63 


Hallock, Barbara 


14, 46, 62, 68 


Izatt, Lynn 


42 


Hobin, Jack 


73 


Handford, Narvis 


4, 5, 46 


si 


75 


Hoff, Roberta 


<1 


Hardee, Kristin 


73 


<J 


26 


Hood, Elaine 


Jackson, Aieshya 


Hardin, Brenda 


67 


47 


64 







Jackson, Sandra 

73 

Jarvis, John 

63, 68, 97 

Jenewin-Caplin, Mary 

25 

Jimenez, Nicole 

87,96 

Johnson, Bernadette 

73 

Johnson, Shirley 

62 
Jones, Jennifer 

92 

Joseph, Sarita 

30,45 



7^ 



Kaczynski, Jennifer 

51,87 

Kalill, Robert 

64 

Kapoor, Payal 

35, 50 ,96 

Kaselouskas, Mary 

67 



Rebecca Palmer 

Congratulations 




Rebecca, 

For 2 1 years, I have watched you grow from a shy 

little girl to the confident young woman you are 

today. Be proud of all the accomplishments you 

have made, the goals you have reached, and the 

path in life you have chosen- to teach young 

children. I hope your life will bring you as much 

joy and happiness as you have given me. I am 

very proud of you. 

Love, Mom 








102 Portico 






Dana Elizabeth 
Hickman 



You are all that anyone could ask for in a daughter- bright, 
independent, loving, funny, and beautiful inside and out. 
We are so proud of your accomplishments at Bay Path 
College. You will always be our "Morning Star." 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Billy, David, and Katie 




^ 






^V <feX«&:, .*«*: .,,..*«,. 




Keough, Robert 


Korzec, Bejamin 


Lariviere, Caryn 


67,69 


67 


42 


Kiah, Michelle 


Kovaco, Sonia 


LaValley, Sally 


67 


92 


67 


Kim, Kinam 


Krajewski, Nicki 


Lavigne, Patricia 


24,25 


19,26,27, 34,50 69,79,80, 


67 


King, Stephanie 


88,95 


Lavoie-Bemard, Linnea 


65 


Kranh, Savorn 


67 


King, Tammy 


46, 50 


Law Club 


67 


Krause, Heidi 


42 


Kelso, Meghan 


73 


Leary, Carol 


73 * 


Kubera, Kathryn 


4, 17,22,23 


Kennedy, Natalie 


92 


Leary, Cheryl 


73 


I 


64 


Kevorkian, Julia 
73 


Leary, Christopher 
67 


Keynotes 


Lad, Rina 


Leary, Noel 


50 


48 


4 


Kilian, Stephanie 


Laing, Susan 


Leary-Arnold, Donna 


92 


67 


73 


Klojzy, Alison 


Landirs, Maryellen 


Leavitt, Marianne 


43 


92 


50 


Knorr, Heather 


Lawrence, James 


Leavitt, Estelle 


97 


67 


63 


Koffi-Tessio, Karina 


Lamberty-Rodriguez, Hayden 


LeBlanc, Kim 


46,92 


73 


14, 35 


Kolb, Kristen 


Lansing, Serena 


LeBlanc, Matt 


75 


73 


14, 35 


Kopec, Elizabeth 


Lapico, Anita 


Lee, Sook Hee 


87 


73 


46 




Lefleur, Henry 

67 

Lefler, Brandi 

14, 15,47, 88 

Lefort, Gary 

67 

Lehman, Christopher 

67 

Lemire, Annette 

73 

Leroy, Jacques 

67 

Leslie, Mary 

73 

Letourneau, Lynn 

65 
Liganski, Michael 

67 

Litchfield, Aymanie 

14, 19,47 

Lloveras, Cheryl 

88 
Long, Eleanore 

64 

Long, Leonard 

67 

Long, Mary 

67 



Index 103 



Rebecc^^ra^Moujaim 




JJuild me a dauahter 

Strong enough to Anow w/ien sne is weaR, 

■JSraue enoua/i /o face iierself w/ien she is afraid, 

J ' roud ana unoendina in nones t defeat, 

Jiumole and gentle in victory. 
Jjuiid me a daugnter, 

(SJIiose near/ will 6e clear, wnose aoals will oe liia/i, 

(SJno will master nerself oefore sne seeAs to master otners, 

(iUno will learn to lauan, uet never foraet now to weep, 

(HJno will reac/i into t/ie future . . . 

yet never foraet t/ie past. 

( \Aullior un/tnownj 

Congratulations, Becky and the Class of 2002! We love you and are so proud of all the suc- 
cesses and failures, laughter and tears, and strengths and weaknesses that have turned you 

into such beautiful young women. 

May God bless you always. 

Thank you, Bay Path, for the memories. We'll miss you! 

In Friendship and Gratitude, 
The Noujaim Family 
104 Portico Selim, Linda, Bridget & Jessica 



w 



Macanka, William 

67 
Macklin, Michelle 

48 

Madularu, Daniela 

4, 46, 50 

Magill, Neal 

67 

Maheux, Suzanne 

88 

Mahr, Julia-lyn 

73 

Maiolo, Marc 

67 

Malik, Deborah 

67 

Malone, Thomas 

67 

Maloof, David 

67 

Mansfield, Damaris 

73 

Marshall, Lizz 

48 

Mascia-Hanelius, Dyanne 

64 

Mason, Cindy 

73 
Matlock, Karen 

67 

Mazen, Charlene 

25 

Mazianz, Jean 

67 

McAuliffe, 

73 

McCourt, Betsy 

20,46 
McCoy, Lenard 

67 
McCusker, Lisa 

73 
McDonald, Diane 

67 
McDonald, Laura 

46 

McGee, Kenneth 

67 

McGinnis, Erin 

50 

McLean, Kenneth 

67 

McLean, Sean 

67 

McLaughlin, Shannon 

88 



McMahon, Michael 

26 

McNair, Timothy 

67 
McNeish, Kelly 

21,42,49 
Medina, Maria 

27 
Meregian, Aroxy 

67 
Merriam, Melissa 

45 

Metivier, Sabrina 

92 

Metras, Brian 

67 
Metras, Moriah 

88 
Mgrdichian, Lori 

73 

Micgiel, Barbara 

73 

Micka-Pickunka, Marilyn 

64 

Mihalchick, Karen 

67 

Milani, Valerie 

90 
Milani, Victor 

63 

Miller, Julie 

73 

Mitchell, Susan 

67 
Mohan, Nidhi 

46, 50 
Moriarty, Jane 

66 
Morrison, Karyn 

26 
Moson, Ronald 

67 

Munro, Diane 

73 

Murphy, Donald 

67 



n 



Naglieri, Maureen 

66 

Nanthasene, Julie 

45, 76 

Nasshan, Sara 

40, 42, 44, 45, 49, 50 

Nemec, Carrie 

30 

Neuwith, Dori 

67 



Newcombe, Patricia 

67 

Nguyen, Giau 

92 

Nihill, Muriel Ann 

67 

Nilson, Deborah 

73 

Norton, Paul 

26 

Noujaim, Rebecca 

89 

Noujaim, Salim 

5,23 
Nouyes, Leslie 

67 

Nowicki, Claire 

69 



Q 



O'Brien, Mary 

67 

O'Shea, M. Martin 

67 

OToole, Michele 

14, 15,47, 89 

Olier, Lindsey 

20,48 
Oliva, Deanna 

50 
Ollson, Joanne 

66 

Olmeda, Nina 

73 

Opalacz, Amanda 

45, 51 

Ouellette, Julie 

17 

Ouellette, Pamela 

67 



P 



Page, Charles 

67,69 

Pal, Stuti 

46, 96 

Palanjian, Sarah 

92 

Palka, Robert 

67 

Palmer, Rebecca 

89 
Panetti, Robert 

67 

Panjaitan, Olivia 

40, 46, 48, 50 ,78 



Parranto, Catherine 

73 
Parsons, Elizabeth 

73 

Pedersen, Andrea 

43,45 

Pena, Abigail 

73 
Pero, Heidi 

34 
Pereira, Ana 

73 

Perry, Deirdre 

73 

Pessagno, Emilie 

92 

Pflanz, Paula 

67 
Phalin, Jessica 

48, 80, 89 
Phi Beta Lamba 

42 

Picard, Jessica 

46 

Pici, Michael 

67 
Piegza, Irene 

67 

Pion, Christine 

67 

Pion, Lisa 

67 

Pirog, Laura 

92 

Pippin, Mary 

73 

Plantz, Vanessa 

96 

Pleasent, Victoria 

73 

Pleva, Sara 

22, 40, 68, 74, 76, 80, 89, 97 

Pocai, Neil 

67 

Poehler, Dorothy 

67 

Potvin, Steven 

26 

Pranaitis, Shirley 

92 

Price, Diane 

67 

Psychology Club 

49 

Pudder, Jennifer 

14, 19, 48, 51 

Purcell, Sandra 

92 

Index 105 





Rosen, Steve 


n 


16 


Rossi, Vincent 


Racine, Aimee 


67 


92 


Rossini, John 


Radner, Melissa 


67 


23 


Rossiter, Nancy 


Ranaldi, Diane 


42,67 


66 


Roush, Michelle 


Raphael, Andrea 


42 


67 


Roy, Carla 


Rawson-Sicard, Robyn 


67 


66 


Ruch, Lisa 


Recker, Kate 


67 


20,42 


Rucks, Andrea 


Reid, Carina 


67 


90 


Russell, Yvette 


Richard, Melissa 


67 


42 


Russo, Andrea 


Riggs, Cathryn 


64 


64 


Ryder, Susan 


Riley, Renee 


73 


48, 51 


>• 


Rini, Michelle 


£ 


90 


dy 


Ritter, Alison 


Samson, Diane Wieliczka 


73 


90 


Rivert, Elizabeth 


Sandy, Irianty 


64 


42, 46, 50 


Robare, Vanessa 


Sarmento, Amy 


67 


4 


Robbins-Chipkin, Carolyn 


Sawyer, Michelle 


67 


67 


Roberts, Rebecca 


Scanlon, Michael 


49 


67 


Robillard, Leah 


Schaffrick, Terri 


43,48 


73 


Rodrigues, Dolores 


Schetter, William 


73 


67 


Rosario, Francheska 


Schirmer-Smith, Sara 


51 


43, 44, 62 



Marie Guiffredo 



"For the vision is yet for an 
appointed time and it has- 
tens to fulfillment"- it will 
not deceive or disappoint. 
Though it tarry, earnestly 
wait for it, because it will 
surely come- Habakkuk 3 
This was the verse we clung 
to before you came into our 
lives- God is good and we 
are very proud to call you 
our daughter & God's 
Love Always, Mom & Dad 

106 Portico 




Schmith, T.J. 

67 
Scholl, Jessica 

48, 50 
Schorle, Thomas 

64 
Semprebon, Gina 

64, 68 

Serre, Ann-Marie 

73 

Sesay, Isatu 

20,48 

Sexton, Debra 

73 

Shea, Jerry 

60, 67 

Shea, John 

67 

Sheppard, K. Grace 

67 

Shifradel, Steve 

67 
Sikora, Cynthia 

73 
Simbolon, Irene 

46,50 

Sipple, Jo-Ann 

64 



Sipple, William 

14, 24, 62 

Simaujuntak, Elfryna 

5, 50 

Simaujuntak, Ritha 

50, 78, 90 

Simmond, Linda 

66 

Simmons, Cheyenne 

27 

Simpson, Jennifer 

15,47,51,96 

Siska, Denise 

90 
Sitler, Briana 

73 
Sladyk, Karen 

63 
Sladyk, Lori 

67 

Sliwa, Susan 

66 

Smaga, Brenda 

64 

Smith, Samantha 

45, 46, 51 

Smith, Steve 

66 



Pauline Gladstone 

Congratulations 




We are VERY proud of all that you have accomplished 
and who you have become. 



Love, Mom, Dad, Hannah & Lobo 



KRISTEN LEE BALKUN 

"As Time Goes By" 




Life isn't a destination, it's a journey. We all come upon unexpected curves and turning points, 
mountain tops and valleys. Everything that happens to us shapes who we are becoming; and in the 
adventure of each day, we discover the best in ourselves. You have met life's challenges with confi- 
dence, strength, and courage. You are a parent's dream; determined, motivated, a woman of sub- 
stance. Hard work and due diligence have given you the rewards you so deserve. The future is 
yours to build upon and make a difference. 

With our love always, Mom, Dad, and Mac. 

Index 107 



Smith, Vanessa 




.* rf»v 


Wikar, Stacey 


67 


T 


w 


66 


Sokolik, Melissa 


Williams, H. Gregory 


43, 90 


Talamin, Jessica 


Wagner, Cheryl 


67 


Souder, Patricia 


91 


66 


Williams, Robert 


72 


Tambur, Jen 


Wakem, Robert 


67 


Spadoni, Joan 


5, 40, 44, 45, 48, 75, 96 


67 


Williams-Cephas, Kimberly 


64 


Teague, Tracey 


Wallace, Esther 


73 


Spahillari, Lindita 


73 


91 


Wilkinson, Gail 


4 


Tefts, Robin 


Ware, Patricia 


66 


Sripa, Suthawadee 


73 


67 


Wilkinson, James 


46, 50 


Tew, Jacquelin 


Webster, Robin 


67 


Stabach, Linda 


73 


72 


Willcox, Eric 


67 


Thesen, Ashley 


Weiner, Leila Elizabeth 


67 


Staelens, Gabby 


43,48 


92 


Winans, Natalie 


40, 47, 76, 91, 95 


Tobin, Shannon 


Weir, Robert 


43 


Stanton, Paul 


31 


64 


Winters-Smith, Katherine 


66 


Torchia, Christiane 


Weiss, Joshua 


62 


Staron, Kathleen 


67 


67 


Wishart, Brenda 


67 


Townsend, Rebecca 


Weiss, Wendy 


14, 67 


Starr, Sarah 


67 


14,66 


Wishouskas, Sarah 


92 


Tudryn, Jonathan 


Welch, Joanne 


67 


Stone, Shelley 


67 


67 


Wolfram, Katy 


5 


Turner, Vanessa 


Weldon, Darrell 


20 


St. Onge-Boisseau, Rachel 


49 


67 


Wolmer, Stacie 


62 


U 


Welsh, Kimberely 


66 


Storey, Anne Marie 


92 


Woytowicz. John 


73 


Wendry, William 


26 


Suchcicki, Donna 


Urner, Katharine 


67 


Wroblewski, Kathleen 


67 


62 


Wesolowski, Kate 


66 


Sukontasap, Dujlada 


V 


51 


x /i 


23,46, 50, 77,78, 79,91, 97 


Weyant, Jane 


V 


Sunyoto, Aryu 


64 


1/ 


14, 92 


Vandevanter, Marianne 


White, Candance 


Yang, Nicole 


Suopis, Cynthia 


75 


12 


92 


67 


Varghese, Priya 


White, Cynthia 


Young, Patricia 


Surburg, Robert 


96 


67 


73 


67 


Vasseur, Heather 


Widmer, Lorianne 


X 


Sutherland, Buzz 


92 


73 


18 


Villani, Megan 


Wiezbicki-Stevens, Kathryn 


Swaby, Tanya 


92 


64 


Zachery, Jamie 


46 


Vinton, Honora 


Wikar, Carolyn 


14, 47, 48 


Swords, Daniel 


67 


67 


Zotter, Allison 


67 






51,80,91 



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